Demeyere 5 Plus Dutch Oven with Lid, 5.5QT
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Five times the braise.
Belgian-made Demeyere cookware is known for an elevated aesthetic and forward-thinking technology (for the stovetops of the future!). The company has been family-operated since its beginnings outside of Antwerp. Their stainless steels pots and pans are heralded by chefs all over Europe, and have earned a spot in many a home kitchen, too.
Features of Demeyere’s 5 Plus Series:
- 5-ply construction for top heat conduction and retention;
- Stay flat, extra sturdy base that won’t bulge or warp;
- The stainless-steel handles are affixed using a special welding technique—no rivets!—that guarantees they’ll stay strong and sturdy forever. (They stay cool on the stove-top, too!);
- Compatible with gas, electric, induction, ceramic and halogen cooktops;
- And oven and broiler safe to 500ºF—and dishwasher safe, too!
Watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Demeyere factory here.
Demeyere’s dutch oven came in handy when it came to roasting the bird for our coffee-brined chicken. Recipe here!
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
5-ply construction with 18/10 stainless steel interior, 3 layers of fast-heating aluminum, and magnetic stainless steel induction base. Finished with Silvinox® surface.
10.2" in diameter (13.2” with handles) x 4.8" H (6.5” H with lid), holds 5.5 quarts
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe. Oven and broiler safe up to 500ºF. Compatible with gas, electric, and induction cooking surfaces.
Meet the Maker
The century-old and family-run Demeyere is known for keeping its eyes on the future, as its stainless steel, ovenproof cookware is compatible with more than just electric stovetops (induction, halogen, ceramic, you name it). Made in Belgium, aka EU headquarters, it's only natural that its pared-down aesthetic makes them a standard pick for chefs all over Europe.View Full Profile
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